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The third edition of the Beirut International Beer Event has high hopes for this year, aiming to bring together local and international craft beer to encourage more Lebanese brewers to enter the market.He believes there's a growing demand for craft beer in Lebanon and he prides himself with being the Middle East distributor for ELAN, a Belgian beer company. He aims to educate Lebanese people about the variety of beer.While Belgian beer was the star of the event, Almaza, the Lebanese beer giant, was also present, together with local craft beer brewers that are just entering the market.Founded by a group of family and friends four months ago, the brewery offers four different types of beer, ranging from IPA, lager, Irish red and an earthier black caffeinated beer.
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